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Most helpful reviews

I never understood Minecraft, most probably due to the fact that my kids are too young, while I am too busy to take full advantage of it. Thus I was really looking forward to playing Dragon Quest Builders and see if it can serve as a meaningful alternative and oh boy it does! Dragon Quest Builders is essentially Minecraft but narrated and offering quite a marvelous adventure. It's episode based scenarios takes you to a land of Alefgard. It's a post-apocalyptic world in a way with an interesting twist. Remaining dwellers of the world have lost their power to create things. They kind of can imagine what they need, like a house, a bed or an oven, but they can't make it. Our character is the only person able to make stuff, so we quickly become really popular with locals and busy building housing, specialist shops, weapons and defensive structures, all while exploring the surroundings and digging for fame. Locals, by the way, can use most of our tools, so they can bake food, craft armor, tools, weapons and other items, provided we created enough rooms and storage for this to happen. With that said, Dragon Quest Builders provide quite a unique mixture of Minecraft, Settlers/Stronghold and classical JRPG experiences. Child-friendly combat, monsters and animation, makes it a perfect family game even though it has no co-op mode. Still I spend quite some time with this game as an advisor, developing additional bits for a backstory, helping to figure out some recipes (classic melt sand to make glass stuff), or by setting challenges in free play mode (Please build me a fortress with guard towers, secret passages and treasure room).  Recommended without a doubt.
«Can’t stop playing»
«Sit Back and Relax»
Card Thief
Recommended
Cute little game that is recommended, but not to everyone. If you're an old geezer like I am, with some Nostalgia towards classical card or board games (Solitaire, checkers, Go and such) and really feel like those games could be played in an ambiance of Thief series, this one is for You. I'm truly fascinated by design of this title since it really feels like Thief, but with cards. Medium length sessions (30-45 minutes) are recommended to fully enjoy and progress within the game, but it's quite well built for shorter sessions of just a couple of minutes.  Has its own share of design, UX/UI issues, but none of them really damages an experience, also — the free version is very generous in a sense of content provided. Trivia: Won Best Game Design award from German Developer Awards and German Games Award as Best Mobile Game.
«Just one more turn»
«Sit Back and Relax»
I never understood Minecraft, most probably due to the fact that my kids are too young, while I am too busy to take full advantage of it. Thus I was really looking forward to playing Dragon Quest Builders and see if it can serve as a meaningful alternative and oh boy it does! Dragon Quest Builders is essentially Minecraft but narrated and offering quite a marvelous adventure. It's episode based scenarios takes you to a land of Alefgard. It's a post-apocalyptic world in a way with an interesting twist. Remaining dwellers of the world have lost their power to create things. They kind of can imagine what they need, like a house, a bed or an oven, but they can't make it. Our character is the only person able to make stuff, so we quickly become really popular with locals and busy building housing, specialist shops, weapons and defensive structures, all while exploring the surroundings and digging for fame. Locals, by the way, can use most of our tools, so they can bake food, craft armor, tools, weapons and other items, provided we created enough rooms and storage for this to happen. With that said, Dragon Quest Builders provide quite a unique mixture of Minecraft, Settlers/Stronghold and classical JRPG experiences. Child-friendly combat, monsters and animation, makes it a perfect family game even though it has no co-op mode. Still I spend quite some time with this game as an advisor, developing additional bits for a backstory, helping to figure out some recipes (classic melt sand to make glass stuff), or by setting challenges in free play mode (Please build me a fortress with guard towers, secret passages and treasure room).  Recommended without a doubt.
«Can’t stop playing»
«Sit Back and Relax»
Card Thief
Recommended
Cute little game that is recommended, but not to everyone. If you're an old geezer like I am, with some Nostalgia towards classical card or board games (Solitaire, checkers, Go and such) and really feel like those games could be played in an ambiance of Thief series, this one is for You. I'm truly fascinated by design of this title since it really feels like Thief, but with cards. Medium length sessions (30-45 minutes) are recommended to fully enjoy and progress within the game, but it's quite well built for shorter sessions of just a couple of minutes.  Has its own share of design, UX/UI issues, but none of them really damages an experience, also — the free version is very generous in a sense of content provided. Trivia: Won Best Game Design award from German Developer Awards and German Games Award as Best Mobile Game.
«Just one more turn»
«Sit Back and Relax»
564 developers
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Sony Interactive Entertainment
70 games
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Electronic Arts Inc
43 games
3
Ubisoft Entertainment
41 games
4
Feral Interactive (Mac)
25 games
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Warner Bros. Interactive
22 games
20 genres
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Action
385 games
2
Adventure
175 games
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Shooter
134 games
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Role-Playing Games (RPG)
89 games
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Indie
87 games

Most common creators

Cris Velasco

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Known for

41 games

Inon Zur

Composer

Jesper Kyd

Composer

Known for

36 games

Mike Morasky

Writer, Composer

Known for

12 games

Portal
2583

Garry Schyman

Composer

Known for

10 games

Cris Velasco

Composer

Known for

41 games

Inon Zur

Composer

Jesper Kyd

Composer

Known for

36 games

Mike Morasky

Writer, Composer

Known for

12 games

Portal
2583

Garry Schyman

Composer

Known for

10 games